Reversed for years by the terrible dictatorship Edrilion, Dynasty Darcer has only one heir, Mydria. Last hope for his ancestors, it must fulfill the prophecy: hunt usurper king. A mysterious death of the sovereign Keagan, the Edrilion court is finally free to choose his new master. But the Queen's Déléane, convinced that this is a murder, refuses to give up its empire. With the help of Dreams, true extensions of her mind, she makes every effort to keep his throne. Nobody doubts that the heiress Darcer is still alive. However, in the suburbs of a seedy city Mydria Orest and his companion struggle to survive. So far they believed these issues of power, fate will change their future. Amidst the chaos that threatens the kingdom, a simple young and not an off-the-law-they can still restore the fallen dynasty?
November 24, 2011
€ 14 25
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The first challenges for 2012 come on forums and blogs, and this year, I intend to participate in several of them, some overlapping, also
A small overview of the challenges that I entered (The lists are not exhaustive)
First, the challenge The hidden face of Disney on Goodreads
The goal is to read the original stories and tales that Disney adapted.
I therefore read: The Little Mermaid from the Hans Christian Andersen tale, Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi Christmas carols Dickens (A Christmas of Scooge), Peter Pan by James Matthew Barrie, Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), Charles Perrault Cinderella, Snow White Brothers Grimm, the Rapuntzel Brothers Grimm (Rapunzel), The Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault, Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Ali Baba and the 40 thieves pulled the Thousand and One Nights (Aladdin and the 40 Thieves), Aladdin and the Magic Lamp shot Thousand and One Nights, Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne Marie Leprince de Beaumont, The Princess and the Frog Brothers Grimm, The Prince of Thieves by Alexandre Dumas (Robin Hood).
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I just found a small very nice challenge: the hidden face of Disney
As you know (or not), many are from Disney stories and tales, and often reworked to stick to the magical and childish. £
Isallysun therefore had the idea of a challenge: read the books from which are drawn the cartoons.
You can register here
Big fan of Disney (how it, you had guessed?) Before the Lord, I still long Tate participate.
Indeed, many stories are from English novels that have never been translated.
Others are inspired by tales widely misused.
But eventually I started, although I'm not sure to arrive at Peter Pan (40 pounds)
I gave myself a more realistic goal: Ariel (between 30 and 35 pounds)
To do this, so I put my reading light contribution, knowing that a lot of the original stories are now free of copyright.
So I give you a small list of non-exhaustive account of the books I read for this challenge:
- The Little Mermaid after the tale by Hans Christian Andersen
- Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi
- Songs of Christmas Dickens (A Christmas of Scooge)
- Peter Pan by James Matthew Barrie
- Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
- Cinderella by Charles Perrault
- Snow White Brothers Grimm
- Rapuntzel Brothers Grimm (Rapunzel)
- The Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault
- Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
- Ali Baba and the 40 thieves pulled the Thousand and One Nights (Aladdin and the 40 Thieves)
- Aladdin and the Magic Lamp fired Arabian Nights £
- Beauty and the Beast by Jeanne Marie Leprince de Beaumont
- The Princess and the Frog Brothers Grimm
- The Prince of Thieves by Alexandre Dumas (Robin Hood)
Others will be added later. I think of Pocahontas, Narnia ....
And you? A small challenge that interests you?
On this great forum which I have already spoken several times, including a small thank in books read through partnerships, we regularly organize public readings.
The goal: to all those wishing to participate has a title. Then a survey is open. The book won the most votes is elected "book of common reading of the Month"
Then, each participant was made known, and must, within one month, read this book and do a little review on the forum (and their blog if they have one)
Then we exchange around issues of the book.
Having participated in several towns in the forum reading, I found the staff very friendly principle!
This month, the book is elected Hunger Game 1, by Suzanne Collins.
If you want to participate, there is still time to join us and sign up!
And like any good challenge or LC, a beautiful banner to put on blogs or forums
The Vampire Slayer Elena Deveraux knows she is the best. What she did not know, however, is whether it is up to his new mission. Engaged by the beautiful and just as dangerous archangel Raphael, a being so lethal that no mortal wants his attention, only one thing is clear: failure is not an option ... even if the task is impossible. Because this time, it is not a rebel vampire she must hunt. It's an archangel gone bad. This work will lead to Elena in the midst of a massacre like no other ... and on the razor's edge of passion. If the hunt does not destroy it, perhaps he will be otherwise if it succumbs to the seductive Raphael. For when archangels play, mortals who are paying the piper.
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When he feels the third break scar on her ankle, John knows what that means: yet another move, a new leak and another identity. It is the next Lorien survivors on the list of those who seek out and he will have to be extra careful.
However, when placing the feet in the small town of Paradise, Ohio, just seems to distract him from his goal.
John could he ignore the threat to him?
Release Date 02-03-2011
Price € 13.80
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